This lightweight bandana is a part of a collection that features colors that have been cherished in Japan for centuries. Many of these colors derive their names from nature.
The technique of marbling paper with India ink has been practiced in Japan over a thousand years. Marbled paper was used for important occasions such as sutra copying and waka (classical Japanese poem) writing. The random patterns and colors of marbled paper were also used to tell fortune.
It is infinitely versatile; wear it around the neck, cover the head, wrap your lunchbox or use ithowever you'd like.
Approx. 19” x 20" after washing
Machine wash (laundry mesh bag recommended), shape by hand and line dry
Made in Japan
Who Makes it
Yamamoto Jin Shoten of Kyoto is a textile converter that has been in business since the 18th century. Combining tradition with modern taste, they produce apparel and small textile goods. The bandanas are dyed in Osaka and sewn in Kyoto and Osaka.